Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Spyware For Android and iPhone




Security experts revealed that a malicious spyware was able to reach the devices, "iPhone", after a period of appearance in the devices, "Android", amid fears of being able to steal important data.

According to Fox News, the malicious program was found for the first time in the store "Google Play Store" for "Android", and users think that the application returned but not so.

If Google was quick to solve the malware dilemma quickly, Apple, which has recently become infected, only solved the problem later on after it became commonplace.

But iPhone users are not worried, because this malicious program has not yet infiltrated the App Store, but has targeted a platform for Apple application developers.

Last year, digital security company Lookout discovered a malicious program that threatened both Android and iOS systems and could steal numbers, sound recordings, images, geographical locations and other devices.

The company is investing significant resources to keep users safe from malicious applications and other breaches, the spokesman said.

Sunday, April 14, 2019

Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, A technical Issue Around World



A number of Facebook social networking applications on Sunday are facing a sudden disruption in a number of countries around the world.

Users have had difficulty communicating with WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook because of the service interruption, without any clarification from the operators.

The day's interruption comes after a break similar to Facebook, Instagram, messenger and WhatsApp on March 13, which lasted a few hours, and Facebook attributed to a change in the configuration of the server.

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Saturday, April 6, 2019

Will Apple cut iPhone prices after sales drop?




Apple chief Tim Cook has hinted that the company may cut iPhone prices in some areas in an attempt to boost sales, which has recently fallen.

IPhone sales fell significantly in the fourth quarter of last year, affecting the financial performance of the technology giant.

Revenue fell 5 per cent from last year to $ 84.3 billion in the fourth quarter of 2019, after revenue from iPhone sales fell 15 per cent.

The decline was expected after the company warned investors that it could happen earlier this month.

The company said the reason was partly due to China's economic slowdown.

According to Cook, Apple began this month to change the price of its phones to protect some customers from the impact of currency fluctuations.

"It was disappointing to lose the main component of our revenue (phone sales), but we run Apple in the long run, and the results of this quarter show that the core strength of our business extends deep," Cook said.

The phone market crisis

Apple's share price has fallen about a third since October, amid investor fears about weak smartphone buyers.

The concerns grew after the company said it would stop reporting the number of iPhones, iPads and Macs sold every quarter.

However, the company's shares rose almost 4 percent in the trading hours on Tuesday, as the company proved to be more flexible than previously thought.

Apple said quarterly sales fell more than 25 percent in the Greater China region, which includes Hong Kong and Taiwan, compared to the previous year.

It also fell about 3 percent year-on-year in Europe.

But in the Americas, the company's largest business area, sales rose nearly 5 percent.

Apple's losses are not a unique event, but there is a crisis in the overall smart phone market.

Global smartphone shipments shrank by 5 percent in 2019, according to Canalys, which is analyzing the smart phone market.

The first 5G services in the world ..




South Korea is preparing to launch the world's first 5G commercial mobile phone network this week, overtaking the United States, Japan and other countries.

SK Telecom announced in a statement the beginning of the era of super-innovation with 5G, where the operator is scheduled to launch its service on Friday, April 5, in addition to the version that supports 5G technology from the Samsung Galaxy S10.

With the highest penetration of smartphones in the world, South Korea is in a race with China, the United States and Japan to market the fifth generation, in the hope that technology will breakthrough in areas such as smart cities and autos and increase economic growth.

"It is useful that South Korean telecoms provide services and networks that meet the highest quality and image for South Korean customers," said Ryu Young-sang, executive vice president of SK Telecom.

Rio added that the 5G technology will change the landscape in the gaming industry because it allows games to run with minimal delay on smartphones.

South Korean telecoms have spent billions of dollars on 5G marketing campaigns, and SK Telecom expects to have about one million customers in the fifth generation by the end of 2019.

South Korea Telecom claims its network has the highest speeds, coverage and best protection compared to any 5G operator.

SK Telecom, South Korea's largest operator, has 34,000 base stations with 5G technology with focused coverage in the busiest parts of 85 cities across the country.

These include university areas, highways, metro lines and sports venues.

There have also been efforts to improve internal coverage in about 120 locations such as shopping malls and airports, where SK Telecom prides itself on its technology.

SK Telecom, through the self-developed "Total In-building Solution" application, offers data rates four times faster than its competitors using four smart phone antennas.

The company said its network is ready to support very low latency applications such as self-driving cars and smart cities, and that the combination of infrastructure for 4G and 5G networks allows speeds of up to 2.7 Gbps.

While downloading 12 GB of virtual reality content over the 5G network alone takes more than a minute, it takes only 36 seconds to download the same content over SK Telecom's 4G-5G network.

SK Telecom plans to deliver up to 8,000 different content harnessing the potential of these speeds in a variety of areas, including 4K videos, games, enhanced reality and virtual reality.

SK Telecom, the leader in telecommunications, offers the same amount of data as the equivalent of 4G networks.

The company, along with two other Korean operators, launched South Korea's fifth-generation services in December, but these services were not mobile broadband services, as the 5G devices were not yet commercially available.

South Korea's Samsung was the first handset maker to unveil a fifth generation 5G smartphone in February, while a number of devices were announced at the MWC 2019 in Barcelona, ​​Spain.

Friday, April 5, 2019

iPhone XR - What is New this Time?


iPhone XR - The New iPhone from Apple

 The new iPhone comes in 6 different colors

  1. Black
  2. Blue
  3. Coral
  4. Red 
  5. Yellow
  6. White
This new iPhone has been released for the year 2019. 

You can buy this iPhone at many stores as well, such as the following stores:
AT&T
Verizon
Sprint
Best Buy 
Target




New Specs on iPhone XR


Which one are you going to pick?



Saturday, March 30, 2019

Instagram Starts Testing Video Rendering




Since the introduction of video uploads on Instagram and users find it important and beautiful, but that feature was always lacking control to provide and delay the video so that the user does not have to watch the whole section every time he wants to see part of it.

But according to technical researcher Jane Monchen-Wong, the company is testing a feature that allows the video to be quickly presented so that users can quickly see the footage or access the desired segment without having to watch it fully, using a bar at the top that shows the duration of each video.

No doubt the new feature in Instagram is important to most users, especially those who prefer to watch video on the platform and follow accounts that provide more video than images.

Thursday, March 21, 2019

The New Phone Google Pixel




The mobile phone market is facing stiff competition, with sales of some companies falling and the emergence of a new generation of collapsible devices.

Apple's new mobile phone is expected later this year, while Android users are looking for a new Galaxy 10 device, as well as the next Huawei.

Details of the "leaked" supposedly for Google's new "pixel 4" and "4 pixel XL" appear to indicate a high level of design aesthetics.




The PGR website reported that a fuzzy figure that appeared last week reportedly revealed features of the 4XL pixel design, and subsequent reports suggested it was correct.

According to the leaked imagery, this year Google will rely on two designs, slightly different, with a smaller 4-pixel camera and one rear-facing camera, while the larger 4x pixels will be equipped with a dual camera, believed to be the first in a pixel series.

The device will rely on the design of the camera, which takes the form of a small circle at the top of the screen, indicating that it takes less space in the screen compared to the upper rectangle on which Apple depends on the iPhone X.

Google has yet to confirm the physical and design characteristics of the two new devices, and the company is not expected to disclose them until next October probably.


Bluetooth Headphones '' Cancer ''



In a public appeal to the World Health Organization (WHO), 250 scientists warned of significant health risks they believe to be caused by earphones such as Apple Airpod and other wireless technologies. Scientists have shown that the resulting radiation greatly increases the risk of cancer and other serious diseases.

Scientists from around the world have said they are "very concerned" about non-ionizing electromagnetic fields everywhere that today's technologies, such as mobile phones, Wi-Fi networks, television antennas and children's screens, benefit. Bluetooth headsets also work this way. The researchers based their appeal on "scientific publications of various experts in this field".

High frequencies in the ear canal

"The direction of earphones in the ear canal shows the tissues in the head to a relatively high level of high-frequency radiation," said biologist Jerry Phillips of the American journal Medium. "The effects include an increased risk of cancer, cellular stress, genetic damage, changes in the reproductive system, learning disabilities and other neurological disorders, not to mention the negative effects," according to the researchers. On the same human feeling. "

Scientists had launched such a warning in 2015 for the first time, but they have revived it, criticizing inadequate international controls over the management of non-ionizing electromagnetic fields. Including the lack of protection for the population, especially children and pregnant women, which is of concern to many scientists. That is why they call for the establishment of an independent United Nations commission to examine how to protect people from the dangers of radiation.


Sunday, March 17, 2019

A Technique That lets you Change the Shape of your Face



Has spread through social networking sites recently, a technique that claims to help change the shape of the face and jaw bones and even teeth, by changing the position of the tongue in the mouth.

The technology, known as Myoing, has been spread by British dentist Mike Myo, who says it helps to get a more specific face thanks to its impact on the jawbone and the chin.

He explained that it helps to modify the teeth twisted inside the mouth, and contribute to the treatment of sleep apnea.

The technique depends on pushing the tongue to the roof of the throat completely, in the sense that you push your tongue from the base up to the tip to the top, with the closure of your mouth, and sticking teeth together.

The technology has been widely deployed on the Internet, as many have applied it and photographed their faces over a period of time, to verify their impact.

Mio said that for good results, the technology should be applied continuously for at least 6 months, and permanently adopted as a lifestyle, pointing out that it is good to keep the mouth closed to push people to breathe more of their noses, " British.